1. Coat's Clothing, 122 N Court Street
2. Tele-Sec, 214 N Court Street
3. Tru Identity, 213 N Court Street
4. PSI, 113 N Court Street
5. Florence/Lauderdale Government Building, 102 S Court Street
6. 100 block E. College Street, beside SunTrust Bank
7. Ryan Piano, 207 E. Tennessee Street
8. 200 block N Seminary Street, Legend's Restaurant
9. Alabama Land Services, 110 S Pine Street
10. Hodgepodge Antiques, 1144 N Wood Ave
11. Across from Peck Ace Hardware, N Wood Ave
12. City Hall entrance, 110 Short Court Street
13. Municipal Building entrance, 110 W College Street
14. Florence Police Department Records foyer, 702 S Seminary Street
How do I pay a parking ticket? How do I appeal a parking ticket that I think was wrongly issued?
Parking tickets are adjudicated by the Florence Municipal Court of the city of Florence. Read the instructions on the back of the ticket for information on how to pay or call a magistrate at (256) 760-6625.
I received a ticket at a broken parking meter. How can I get the ticket dismissed and report the meter for repair?
Call (256) 760-6684. Our meter technician will make any necessary repairs. Follow the instructions on the back of the ticket or call a magistrate at (256) 760-6625 with the Florence Municipal Court, which adjudicates parking tickets. The magistrate will check to verify whether the parking meter was broken.
What do I do if the meter is not working?
To report a broken meter, please call (256) 760-6684 or email: email@example.com. Please give meter number or location.
What are the hours of parking meter enforcement?
Parking meters are enforced normally Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m., unless otherwise posted.
Which other lots are available for public parking?
1 lot located on W. Tombigbee Street available for monthly rentals only.
1 lot located on E. Tombigbee Street available for monthly rentals only. (no availability at this time)
Call the Florence Auto Park office for availability at (256) 767-3260.
What are the parking meter rates?
$ .05 for 12 minutes - $ .10 for 24 minutes - 1 quarter for one hour. There is a 2 hour maxium.
Are parking revenues important?
Yes, very. No city, college, airport, hospital or other public institution is in business to make a profit on parking. But strict enforcement of parking regulations designed to improve traffic flow, business development, and efficient transportation can serve as a major disincentive to scofflaws and drivers who may be uncaring about blocking a fire hydrant or emergency lane. And the fines those drivers pay can help defray the need for higher taxes or reduced services.